We've all heard that first impressions are incredibly hard to shake. Experts often say that's because of cognitive biases that make it hard for people to change their opinions once they've formed them.
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When I was a kid I wanted to be a Jedi. I remember watching Star Wars and would try and have the dishes done by just using the "Force." Or I would try having the lights turn off by just using the "Force."
What a trip ASAP Science, a YouTube Channel created by Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown, just posted this interesting video looking into how the drug ayahuasca actually affects parts of your brain. The
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UK exports grow faster than global rivals for first time since 2006 as businesses target non-EU markets
The UK’s exports have grown at a world-beating pace for the first time in nearly a decade, according to official figures, as businesses rapidly increased the share of goods they sold outside of the European
"Science, I had come to learn, is as political, competitive, and fierce a career as you can find, full of the temptation to find easy paths." — Paul Kalanithi, neurosurgeon and writer (1977–2015) Science
It may encourage you to hear that exercise really is super good for you. There's a mountain of research backing up its many benefits. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend at least
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